On July 10, 2012, at the 22nd World Congress of Political Science of the International Political Science Association (IPSA) in Madrid (Spain), was held the President's Plenary on the subject "Is There a Global-Democratic Citizen?".
Chair: Leonardo Morlino, IPSA President
1. Latin American Democratic Citizenship: The democratic Gaps
Marta Lagos, Chair of Global Barometer Survey Group â GBS, Director of LatinobarÃ³metro, Chile
2. Liberal vs. Social Democracy: Competing Views on Democracy among East Asian Citizens
Yun-han Chu, Vice-Chair of Global Barometer Survey Group â GBS, Director of East Asia Barometer, Professor of Political Science, National Taiwan University; Distinguished Research Fellow, Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
3. Whose globe? Which Democracy? Or How democratic is "global" survey research on democracy?
Yogendra Yadav, (Co)Principal Investigators, State of Democracy in South Asia, Founder Director, Lokniti: Institute for Comparative Democracy and Senior Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS), Delhi, India
4. From Post-Communist and Post-Soviet citizens to a Global-Democratic citizen. Evolution or Revolution, 1992 - 2012?
Christian W Haerpfer, First Chair of Politics, Head of Department of Politics and International Relations, Director, European Centre for Survey Research âECSR, Director of Eurasia Barometer, United Kingdom
5. The Emergence of Cosmopolitanism in Sub-Saharan Africa
Michael Bratton, University Distinguished Professor, Department of Political Science, Michigan State University
6. Do citizens judge democracy by the quality of elections?
Pippa Norris, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, USA, Department of Government and International Relations, The University of Sydney